I noticed that people may have been searching for Vigor Lite RX CBD Gummies scam in relation to an ad that I saw that was making big promises and in this video I looked to find out why and eventually found reviews and mentions of the TV show “Shark Tank.” To be clear, the cast of the reality TV show “Shark Tank” never endorsed Vigor Lite RX CBD Gummies or any other similar keto or CBD gummies products. Also, scammers appeared to be using the image and likeness of celebrities for either these gummies or others without permission, as well as the gummies company without authorization.
In this video, I show why people were searching for the five words Vigor Lite RX CBD Gummies scam and even attempt to show a fake article that I found that really appeared to be nothing more than part of an elaborate scam. The article’s headline said, “Bye Bye, Blue Pills! How 67-year-old Tom Solved His ED. Now His Sex Life is Like He’s 21 Again & It Kills Erectile Dysfunction that Gets Biggest Deal In ‘Shark Tank’ History.” An alternate headline said, “Why Every Judge On ‘Shark Tank’ Backed This $5 Product.” It began, “It was the most watched episode in Shark Tank history when brothers Christopher and Michael Williams won over the Shark Tank panel.” However, the entire article was fiction. Also, please keep this in mind with this lengthy description: I am writing this description to compete with the “Shark Tank” scam, so the point of my video is to educate people, but the point of this description, which might not read well, is to help people find my video.
Various websites based in India such as Outlook India, Deccan Herald, Tribune India, and others, all featured products like the Vigor Lite RX CBD Gummies scam and fake reviews in sponsored content articles. I don’t show them in this video, but those kinds of sponsored content article so-called reviews usually lead to product pages that have nothing to do with the product, in this case Vigor Lite RX CBD Gummies.
Usually when I research these sorts of stories, I also look at Facebook. However, in the interest of time, I skipped that today. Usually, I look at Facebook to see if I can find people who provided reviews or who said they fell for the scam and purchased products like Vigor Lite RX CBD Gummies through unknown websites. Here’s what I often see: These people sometimes say they were told they would only be charged $39.98 or would receive free samples, but ultimately received a big charge for $198. I have seen this story about keto and CBD gummies consistently in the past, with people being charged way more than they were promised. This usually is followed up by a refund offer for half of the amount, which still seemed wrong.
The Vigor Lite RX CBD Gummies “Shark Tank” scam has lots of moving parts. I do not have all of the answers, nor did I try the product, as I mention in the video. However, follow all of the red flags that I mention and hopefully you, in consultation with your doctor, will make the right decision for you when it comes to the question of making a purchase.
Vigor Lite RX CBD Gummies appears to be just the latest keto or CBD gummies product that Google users may be searching for with the words scam and reviews. It seems like there’s a new CBD or keto gummies product name every single day, and every time Outlook India and maybe Deccan Herald, Tribune India, and others all publish sponsored content articles, and other scammers make tons of brand new Facebook pages. Basically, there’s a lot of content created for these kinds of scams.
In regard to all scams, my advice is this: If it seems too good to be true, it probably is. If you think that one of your favorite celebrities endorsed CBD or keto gummies, it’s likely not true. I believe Martha Stewart might have a real line of CBD products, but many of the other celebrities featured in these scams have nothing to do with them.
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0:00 Scammy Ad
0:29 Shark Tank Scam
3:56 Milestone Episode Scam
5:02 What County Is Scamming?
5:32 Cloaking Technique
7:29 Link In The Article
8:16 If You Were Scammed